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  • #20433
    elkino
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    When you look at the sourcecode for wp sites, you see plugin code for necessary plugins, such as yoast and monster insights. Is there a way to hide those? Is there a way to hide all references to plugin code in the source?

    #20441
    Suman M.
    Post count: 10920

    Hi, you can use “replace in html” option under Replace Tools tab to replace the text in the site’s page source.
    More info regarding the replacement here – https://codecanyon.net/item/hide-my-wp-amazing-security-plugin-for-wordpress/4177158/faqs/20827

    #20475
    elkino
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    #20484
    Suman M.
    Post count: 10920

    Hi, can you please attach it as a text file instead (so that I can copy paste the text)? Thanks!

    #20493
    elkino
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    #20498
    Suman M.
    Post count: 10920

    Hi, first of all make sure that you check the site’s page source in logged out state.

    # For the comments added by plugins/theme, please add the replacement in “Replace in HTML” like below:

    This site is optimized with the Yoast SEO plugin ==> SomeName
    https://yoast.com/wordpress/plugins/seo/ ==> SomeName

    # To remove link/style tag id add replacement like below:
    cryptowoo-css ==>> SomeName

    # To rename occurrences of word woocommerce, please enable/check “Auto Configuration” option in Replace Tools tab.

    # To remove anything starting with “wp”
    >> it’s not recommended to bulk replace “wp” as it will replace all the text that has “wp” in it. So, you’ll need to replace entire word/text, and also it’s not recommended to replace css class names as it might break the site.

    #20501
    elkino
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    #20502
    elkino
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    #20508
    Suman M.
    Post count: 10920

    If I rename occurrences to woocommerce and select auto-config, will all of the code continue to work as is?
    >> If you enable “Auto Configuration” then most of the occurrences of word woocommerce should be hidden. But if you are manually replacing any woocommerce word or any other text then do check your website after each such replacement.

    If you want to rename css class name like “yith-frontend-manager-for-woocommerce”, there’s a way around, which needs a bit of coding skill. You’ll need to add following replacement in “replace in html”:

    yith-frontend-manager-for-woocommerce ==> SomeNameXYZ

    Then copy the original css code

    .yith-frontend-manager-for-woocommerce .fl-logo-img {
    max-width: 210px;
    }

    and add it in “Internal CSS” in HMWP Source Code tab as follows:

    .SomeNameXYZ .fl-logo-img {
    max-width: 210px;
    }
    #23474
    elkino
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    #23478
    Suman M.
    Post count: 10920

    Hi, can you please let us know your site’s wp-admin login details as private reply, so that we can look into the issue? Thanks!

    #23479
    elkino
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    #23483
    Suman M.
    Post count: 10920

    Alright, then please generate debug report from HMWP start tab and post it here as private reply.

    #23485
    elkino
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    #23490
    Suman M.
    Post count: 10920

    The settings look fine. Can you please send us your site’s server access log for 20 Sep & 21 Sep, 2018? We want to check what builtwith.com is accessing in your site.

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